How can i edit work order vendor or cost price, and if i can Print tags of a work order

When i'm creating a work order i usually use third party repairman's, so i have different vendors and different cost prices for each repair, how can i edit the cost price and vendor for each repair work order, also if there is any idea of printing a work order tag to attach it to the item while its going and coming to the repair shop?

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Glad to see you here, ijs.

Welcome aboard in the QuickBooks Community. I'll be sure to point you in the right direction for editing your vendor's work order and cost price.

Since there's not a direct way of updating the information, you can create a purchase order based on the work order and then edit the cost price. 

To generate purchase orders from a customer order:

  1. Highlight or display the customer order.
  2. From the I Want To menu, select Generate PO
  3. Then you'll see the Select Items to Generate PO showing all merchandise items from the customer order.
  4. Enter the quantity of each item you want to order from your vendor in the Doc Qty column.
  5. If you do not wish to order an item, enter 0 or leave the Doc Qty blank.
  6. To order all of the items in the quantity needed for the customer order, choose Select All at the bottom of the window.
  7. Next, select Continue.
  8. You'll see the confirmation message. 

To modify the vendor data, please follow these steps:

  1. Click on the Vendor List icon in the home screen.
  2. Then select Vendor, and click on edit.

To ensure the work order tags will show the correct price, I encourage you get in touch our Technical Support Team for help with updating the item's price. The most up to date contact information for support can be found here: Which Payments product do you need help with?

Please know that I'm just a comment away if you have any questions about using QuickBooks Point of Sale. I'll be around to answer them. Have a good one.

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